Like a zombie shark, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tale goes through the motions, not realizing it's already dead.
Guy Ritchie and Charlie Hunnam team for a take on King Arthur that's far more boring than you'd expect from the director of Snatch.
Ridley Scott doesn't want to give you Ripley 2.0, and what he offers instead is thrilling, uneven, and profoundly weird.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is fun, but that isn't good enough for this phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Fate Of The Furious manages to deliver some big moments, but sputters out on what fans want most from the mega-franchise.
Smurfs: The Lost Village aims to make Smurfette a modern heroine. Sadly, the franchise reboot fails smurftacularly.
Writer/director Nacho Vigalondo's sci-fi comedy unleashes a giant monster in Seoul, and a career-defining performance from Hathaway.
Scarlett Johansson's live-action Ghost In The Shell remake is all style, no soul, and incredibly boring and offensive besides.
Power Rangers fans new and old should be pleased with the franchise's earnest yet goofy reboot.
Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Sharlto Copley and more star in Free Fire, a fearless and sharp shoot 'em up.
Filled with grisly kills and gallows humor, Prevenge's tale of a pregnancy gone evil is an impressive directorial debut.
Tragedy Girls, a teen horror-comedy about aspiring serial killers, doesn't hold back on the violence or gore - and that's a good thing.
The live-action feature has the story you remember from Disney's animated film, but with a few decidedly darker flares, none of them welcomed.
Never before has the iconic gorilla looked so magnificent and real as he does on Skull Island.
Hugh Jackman's final Wolverine movie also proves to be the actor's - and the X-Men franchise's - finest.
Jordan Peele has moved from the comedy of "Key & Peele" to horror film "Get Out," and the result is "terrifying and hilarious."
Despite sensational action, grounded with breathtaking blows and imaginative elements, The Great Wall is merely good.